LINGUAL N INFERIOR ALVEOLAR N MANDIBULAR FORAMEN NERVE TO MYLOHYOID LATERAL

Lingual n inferior alveolar n mandibular foramen

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LINGUAL N. INFERIOR ALVEOLAR N. *MANDIBULAR FORAMEN NERVE TO MYLOHYOID LATERAL PTERYGOID MEDIAL PTERYGOID MAXILLARY A. *CROSSING THE LOWER HEAD OF LATERAL PRERYGOID M. & ACCOMPANIDED BY MAXILARY V. Camille
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TEMPORALIS M. LINGUAL N. INFERIOR ALVEOLAR N. *MANDIBULAR FORAMEN NERVE TO MYLOHYOID LATERAL PTERYGOID MEDIAL PTERYGOID MAXILLARY A. *CROSSING THE LOWER HEAD OF LATERAL PRERYGOID M. & ACCOMPANIDED BY MAXILARY V. Camille
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STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID M. (CUT) SUPERIOR BELLY OF OMOHYOID M. STERNOHYOID MUSCLE THYROID GLAND TRACHEA TRAPEZIUS M. CRICOTHYROID M. POSTERIOR BELLY OF DIGASTRIC M. STYLOHYOID M. PAROTID GLAND SUBMANDIBULAR GLAND SCALENE M. INFERIOR BELLY OF OMOHYOID M. Vanessa M. = muscle A. = artery V. = vein STERNOTHYROID MUSCLE
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THYROHYOID MUSCLE COMMON CAROTID ARTERY BRACHIAL PLEXUS EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN (CUT) EXTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN (CUT) CRICOTHYROID M. Vanessa M. = muscle A. = artery V. = vein
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MYLOHYOID M. ANTERIOR BELLY OF DIGASTRIC M. HYOID BONE Vanessa Camille SUBMANDIBULAR GLAND STYLOHYOID M. POSTERIOR BELLY OF DIGASTRIC M. STERNOTHYROID M. OMOHYOID M. M. = muscle A. = artery V. = vein GENIOHYOID M.
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*COMMON CAROTID A. * Pinned structure found in the lab CRICOTHYROID M. THYROHYOID M. M. = muscle A. = artery V. = vein Vanessa PHRENIC NERVE THYROCERVICAL TRUNK THYROID CARTILAGE THYROHYOID MEMBRANE HYOGLOSSUS M. SUBCLAVIAN VEIN THYROID GLAND INTERNAL JUGULAR V. EXTERNAL JUGULAR V. GENIOHYOID M.
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SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY SPECIFIC PARTS Remember: VIT C D 1 st part: V VERTEBRAL A. I INTERNAL MAMMARY/THORACIC A. T THYROCERVICAL TRUNK 2 nd part: C COSTOCERVICAL TRUNK 3 rd part: D DORSAL SCAPULAR A. LANDMARKS: 1 st part: From its origin to the medial border of scalene anterior muscle 2 nd part: Posterior to scalene anterior muscle 3 rd part: From the lateral border of scalene anterior muscle to the lateral border of the first rib
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*SUBCLAVIAN A. *INTERNAL MAMMARY A. (INTERNAL THORACIC A.) *Pinned structures found in the lab I followed the same colors of the pin *COSTOCERVICAL TRUNK *DEEP CERVICAL A. *POSTERIOR INTERCOSTAL A. *VERTEBRAL A. M. = muscle A. = artery V. = vein L./R. = Left/Right L. COMMON CAROTID A. L. BRACHIOCEPHALIC V. STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID M. STERNOHYOID M. THYROHYOID M. R. BRACHIOCEPHALIC V. ESOPHAGUS TRAPEZIUS M. ERECTOR SPINAE M. TRACHEA Mikki Camille THYROCERVICAL TRUNK SUPERIOR INTERCOSTAL A.
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